Entertainment

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    New Wine Club For West London Mums

    WestLondonMum.co.uk (WLM) is a local website for families in west London. As well as focusing on mums, the website covers news and events for families in the west London area. Right in time for autumn and with the kids all...
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    Love Brunch at The Roof Gardens returns

    On the Saturday 29 September, a taste of Manhattan will be available once again 100ft above the mean, clean streets of Kensington, as the highly successful Love Brunch returns for a Saturday afternoon of New York inspired partying at The...
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    Monkey Music: Fun Music Classes For Kids

    Professional violinist Jayne Harris has cultivated her award winning Monkey Music preschool music classes into the ‘must-do’ activity in the weekly diary for hundreds of local families for over ten years. Her team’s energy, attention to detail and inspirational approach...
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    Diary Of A Housewife

    BabyLovesChelsea is a light-hearted account of life as a housewife and new mum living in Chelsea. On the blog, she shares the best of London SW3 and surrounding areas and all she has learnt so far about being a mum...
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    Three Must-Watch Movies Out Right Now

    Film fans relish summer as they can finally watch big-budget movie releases after months of hype and plot rumours – and 2012 looks set to be remembered as a vintage year!
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    Football No Match For Online Bingo Trend

    Football season is fast approaching, and once again boyfriends and husbands all across the country will be retreating to stadiums, pubs and dens on Saturday afternoons. Whatever will the women left at home do to entertain themselves?  Why don’t you...
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    Game on: How bingo apps are creating a friendzy

    The days when playing bingo meant senior citizens traipsing down to the local bingo hall and guarding their lucky seats are a thing of the past. Bingo today is a sleeker, smarter game enjoyed by everybody, old and young and...
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    Book review: 50 Shades of Grey

    BabyLovesChelsea is a light-hearted account of life as a housewife and new mum living in Chelsea. On the blog, she shares the best of London SW3 and surrounding areas and all she has learnt so far about being a mum...
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    Win Tickets To Foodies Festival Battersea Park

    Kingsroad.co.uk are giving five lucky winners the chance to win a pair of tickets worth £50 to Foodies Festival at Battersea Park, London on August 17 – 19.
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    Make the most of London’s parks during the summer

    Living or visiting the Chelsea area has many major location perks, especially during the (occasionally elusive) ‘British Summertime.’ With multiple parks housing hundreds of different seasonal activities within walking distance of King's Road, summer fun is literally on our doorstep. 
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    Where to party in Chelsea

    The area around the King’s Road has one of the greatest concentrations of smart bars and exclusive nightclubs in London. We take a look at some of the hottest places on the King's Road which provide the perfect excuse to...
  12. Tiny Games London

    A family guide to London 2012

    On the King’s Road you are just a hop, skip and a jump away from some fantastic Olympic events. If you don’t want to drag the kids out to the Olympic Park, stay near home and catch some of the...
  13. Julia Fordham

    Taking Five... with Julia Fordham

    Julia Fordham’s remarkable singing and heartfelt compositions make her a unique voice in more ways than one. From Happy Ever After - her first release and an international hit in 1988 - to Unusual Suspects, her latest project and an intriguing collaboration with Paul...
  14. Black and Blue Restaurant

    Restaurant review: Black and Blue

    The latest addition to the Black and Blue group is on the King's Road on the site of old favourite, Picasso. It’s just been refitted – decked out in natural colours and low-level lighting. It’s cosy and intimate and, on...
  15. Bluebird Chelsea

    Dating ideas on King's Road

    Wherever you live, dating can be a lot of fun for so many reasons. You get to meet someone new, explore somewhere new or revisit a favourite place of yours, and if there’s a connection, you could be part of...
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    Taking Five... with Kate Robbins

    After a hugely successful and varied career encompassing music, comedy, impressions and drama, the multi-talented Kate Robbins has come a long way from humble beginnings in Liverpool as a cocktail pianist with cousin Sir Paul McCartney encouraging her all the...
  17. Neil Thomas

    Taking Five... with Neil Thomas

    Neil Thomas has toured extensively as lead singer and bassist with Matthew Herbert, as a beatboxer with Shlomo and the Vocal Orchestra and performed countless shows of his own original material. He's currently writing and recording for the looming release...
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    Top 5 restaurants in Chelsea

    There is a lot to do and see when visiting London and before you set off on your travels you tend to have an itinerary of what attractions you want to visit. The same applies to those showing a client...
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    Father's Day ideas with the kids

    Make the most of Father’s Day and head out to the King’s Road this weekend.  Be virtuous and have some quality family time or dump the kids with Dad and head out to take advantage of the sales. There are lots...
  20. The Chelsea Ram

    Food review: The Chelsea Ram

    Readers may well be familiar with Geronimo Inns – classy, well-decorated and renowned for decent pub grub, they are a good mainstay in this part of town.